Netflix Planned to Adapt ‘Recursion’ Universe Before the Book Was Even Published

Netflix Planned to Adapt ‘Recursion’ Universe Before the Book Was Even Published

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Probably because it’s the heart-palpitating summer read you’ve (or at least I’ve) been waiting for.   I wrote an article earlier this year about how Netflix was adapting Blake Crouch’s yet-to-be-released novel Recursion; my only familiarity with Blake Crouch at that time was his Wayward Pines Trilogy and his novel, Dark Matter—the cake-hole blowing, mind-bender about a man desperately navigating the multiverse in order to return home to his family. If that article was to have matured, wrinkled and become the middle-aged version of its relatively naïve self, it would be this article. A not-so-book-review book review aimed to inform …

Here’s Why Netflix Is Adapting Blake Crouch’s Yet-to-Be Released Novel ‘Recursion’

Here’s Why Netflix Is Adapting Blake Crouch’s Yet-to-Be Released Novel ‘Recursion’

Earlier this year, I read Blake Crouch’s novel Dark Matter for the first time. A friend of mine had said it was the best book ever blah blah blah. I’d only heard of Blake Crouch because of the Wayward Pines Trilogy being adapted into a Netflix show. Dark Matter, however, blew my fricking cake hole, to put it politely. I read it in a few nights; the third night was when most of the reading got done. Once the book became something I did not expect, I became a sweaty, hunched over, speed-reading mess. Upon completion, I loaned it to a different …

Here’s Why Netflix Is Adapting Blake Crouch’s Yet-to-Be Released Novel ‘Recursion’

Here’s Why Netflix Is Adapting Blake Crouch’s Yet-to-Be Released Novel ‘Recursion’

Earlier this year, I read Blake Crouch’s novel Dark Matter for the first time. A friend of mine had said it was the best book ever blah blah blah. I’d only heard of Blake Crouch because of the Wayward Pines Trilogy being adapted into a Netflix show. Dark Matter, however, blew my fricking cake hole, to put it politely. I read it in a few nights; the third night was when most of the reading got done. Once the book became something I did not expect, I became a sweaty, hunched over, speed-reading mess. Upon completion, I loaned it to a different …